In Denbighshire lies an edifice known as Rhuddlan Castle. This Welsh castle was the brainchild of England's King Edward I, forever known as Longshanks. He wanted to make sure the Welsh populace didn't try to fight for the parts of Wales that he had conquered, and Rhuddlan was only one of the fortresses built for this purpose. One of the ancient stories goes that a Welsh princess, losing her way in the forest, was chivalrously rescued by an unknown man. It turns out that it was not a man at all, but a fiendish beast attempting to fool the royal family. When the princess discovered his true form, she refused to be pledged to him, and was killed by the fiend's own hand. Even to this day, screams are heard from the woods . . . merely the wind, or a terrified ancient princess?